António Garcia has been farming successfully for over seven decades. His guiding principle? Topsoil. Meet one of the local farmers whose produce supplies the Zapata Ranch kitchen.
Don’t start until you finish, don’t be afraid to ask, and other advice on starting a small-scale growing operation from consultant and educator Kirk Gadzia.
Cattle trails are not necessarily aimless ruminant wanderings, but rather the materialization of purpose and intentionality.
How Joseph Glidden’s 1874 invention shaped an industry, and with it, a historical ranch in the Texas Panhandle.
Meet Abby, a member of a seventh-generation Colorado agricultural family who has planted our first Zapata garden
The singer-songwriter on how to write a great song and life at his new home on the Canadian plains.
Rain in the summer makes all the difference to a successful growing season on the prairie.
Visit the striking San Luis Valley. This Colorado locale has a suite of ecosystems and landscapes, making it a standout birding location.
Every year a group of life-long riders joins our staff at Zapata Ranch as wranglers. Here are a few stories from their first month.
A playlist for falling out of bed at 3am and catching horses in the dark, followed by several hours of gathering, roping and branding calves.